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Bee’ah launches environment school

Sharjah-based green company gives a thrust to green e-learning

| | Oct 15, 2010 | 1:17 pm
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Sharjah-based green company gives a thrust to green e-learning

Bee’ah, the Sharjah Environment Company, on October 6 launched the Bee’ah School of Environment, which thanks to an e-based learning approach, will feature innovative teaching tools on the environment.

Bee’ah is an integrated environment and waste management company.

Speaking at the launch, at the Expo Centre Sharjah, Bee’ah General Manager, Khaled Huraimel, said that the virtual eco-school was in response to appeals from educators for innovative tools. The programme involving the eco-school, he added, would be implemented in over 145 schools, educating some 100,000 students.

The Bee’ah School of Environment is a comprehensive, bilingual (English and Arabic) education programme that consists of a range of engaging, fun and interactive environmental activities and lesson plans that are designed to be applied in classrooms and/or eco-clubs.

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